Indie Spice Cafe
159 Stranmillis Rd, Belfast, County Antrim, BT9 5AJ
- Tel: 028 9066 8100
Best Indian in Belfast
25/09/2008 by Donal
Indie Spice has attracted a huge number of people to its Stranmillis Road location due to the quite amazing story of the American visitor. Some time back, a rich American was eating in the restaurant, and was so impressed when he got back, but paid, out of his own pocket, to have the chefs flown over to the US, cook for him and his friends, and then fly back home again. With that kind of a reference, it would be lunacy not to check it out. And you will most certainly be glad you did. The staff are excellent, and make you feel exceptionally welcome in the small interior. The menu is very well stocked, with promotions available for set numbers of courses. Where it particularly shines however, it with the staggeringly good food. Cooked to perfection, served with a smile, the taste is sublime. It is, without doubt, the best Indian restaurant in Belfast, and I would urge you to check it out, even if just to see if the legend holds up.Report this
Excellent for Lunch
23/09/2008 by ciaranmcg
I am giving Indie 5 stars on merit of its superb lunch and not its evening dinner, as I have only eaten at lunchtime. I can say that it is without a doubt the best two course meal for £5.95 you will get. For starters I recommend the breadcrumbed mash potato with mince in the middle and covered in bread crumbs (Sorry cant remember the indian name) and any of the beautiful main courses. The staff are always extremely friendly and make you feel welcome from the moment go. The decor is beautiful and very unique. They really take pride in their food and all ingredients are supposedly very natural (ie no additives etc). My parents try to go once a week and love it there, and so do my friends. You wont be disappointedReport this
Contemporary twist on Indian food
14/09/2008 by chrismac
As soon as you step in the door, its clear this is not your typical Indian restaurant - much as we like them. The decor is brightly coloured and trendy. The food too is upmarket, contemporary Indian. Its very tasty, rich and fresh and should quench the hungriest of appetites. As the name would suggest, the spices are a key theme and every dish is fragrant and flavourful, not just hot. I have always found the staff to be attentive and friendly. It's slightly more expensive than your average Indian restaurant, but the lunch time two course meal is just as plentiful for £5.95.Report this
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